LaurenLoWo

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  1. Anybody tried this brand for Caesar (and/or Ranch)? https://www.tessemaes.com/collections/all/whole30-approved
  2. Okay - I was just trying to be helpful to others that maybe don't have time or want to make their own as I know this brand doesn't add after ferment. I guess I just have an issue saying "if the label doesn't state sugar" as GT's just lists "Kombucha" in their ingredients list, not the actual individual ingredients used to make the Kombucha, and Kombucha can't be made without sugar. Maybe Whole30 could just provide a list of approved brands and that would be more clear/helpful? Even if it's just one brand; just a thought! :-)
  3. "If you make kombucha at home and don’t add sugar after the fermentation process, is that Whole30-compliant? Yes." What's the difference if they make it or I do? It literally is the same. I make my own Kombucha but also know this brand makes it the same way I do.
  4. Brew Dr Kombucha (the little dark brown bottles out of Portland, Oregon) doesn't add anything after fermentation. They use organic cane sugar in the brewing process, but all Kombucha needs sugar to ferment.